Please note: AEGN events are for grantmakers not grantseekers unless the event specifically states otherwise.
If you have a PAF this article provides you with guidance on how you can consider using your PAF funds to cover AEGN event fees including field trips. https://aegn.org.au/2016/07/your-guide-to-expenses-and-pafs/
Nature Funder Webinar Series
We know that more than 50% of AEGN members fund or are interested in funding nature conservation – how to protect our unique plants and animals and special landscapes.
We also know that this area of funding in philanthropy is becoming increasingly urgent. So, in 2018, the AEGN will hold a Nature Webinar Series at lunchtimes on the 1st Wednesday of every second month, starting with 7th of March 2018.
These webinars will be designed for you to enjoy your lunch at your desk or home while listening to a series of experts and donors talking about nature conservation issues and funding. There will also be opportunities for you to ask questions or share your funding stories.
Wednesday 7 March 2018
Wednesday 2 May 2018
Wednesday 4 July 2018
Wednesday 12 September 2018
Wednesday 7 November 2018
|Time||12 – 1.30pm|
|RSVP||Heidi Taylor on firstname.lastname@example.org|
AEGN Conference 2018
ECO:Investing – Philanthropy Energising the Green Economy
The green economy is at our doorstep with the promise of delivering unimaginable benefits for the climate and biodiversity, forests and food systems, inland water and oceans. But there are also headwinds at play – corporate, political and economic – which will impact the way our green economy develops and the benefits for our environment. This year’s AEGN conference will ask:
|Date||Tuesday 20 March 2018|
8.45am – 5.30pm followed by cocktails, then dinner until 9.30pm
|Location||View by Sydney, Pier One, Walsh Bay|
Program and Speakers
|RSVP||RSVP via Eventbrite|
Central Australia Field Trip
|Sunday 19th to Friday 24th August 2018. Starting in Alice Springs and concluding at Uluru, this trip will exploring biodiversity, Indigenous land management, renewable energy and the issues of climate change in the awe-inspiring landscape of outback Australia. Meet and learn from Indigenous rangers, scientists and practitioners on this six day field trip. Cost approximately $5,000 excluding flights to Alice Springs and ex Uluru.|
|Date||19 to 24 August 2018|
|Itinerary & Information||AEGN Central Australia Field Trip|
|Enquiries||Ione McLean email@example.com|